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    Cool

    I have been looking for skulls of the Wessex people and found this





    Amesbury Archer Was An Alpine Settler Say Experts

    NewsLeft: is this the skull a Wessex King? © Wessex Archaeology
    Experts have discovered the noble Amesbury Archer, buried 4000 years ago near Stonehenge, was originally from the Alps - probably Switzerland, Austria or Germany.

    “We have long suspected that it was people from the continent of Europe who initiated the trade that first brought metalworking to Britain, and the Archer is the first discovery to confirm this," said Dr Andrew Fitzpatrick, of Wessex Archaeology, the archaeological consultants responsible for digging the site.


    Discovery of the remains in 2002 caused a flurry of archaeological interest. The grave, found three miles from Stonehenge, contained a rich deposit of 100 items of grave goods, including gold earrings.

    It was said at the time to have been the richest Bronze Age grave yet found in Northern Europe. Some experts contend the Archer could have been involved in the construction of Stonehenge, though others disagree.

    Later, on the same site, another grave was found, this time of a younger man. Detailed examination of the skeleton now shows the younger man was almost certainly related to the Archer, who could have been his father.


    The latest findings resulted from tests carried out on the Archer’s teeth and bones and on the objects found in the grave, which included two gold hair tresses, three copper knives, flint arrowheads, wristguards and pottery.

    They show he came from the Alps region, and the copper knives came from Spain and France. It's evidence of the wide trade network that existed in the early Bronze Age - and the gold was dated to as early as 2,470BC, the oldest gold objects yet found in Britain.

    Tests on the bones carried out by Wessex Archaeology’s own staff showed that the Archer was a man aged between 35 and 45. He was strongly built, but he had an abscess on his jaw and had suffered an accident a few years before his death that had ripped his left knee cap off.

    As a result of this he walked with a straight left which swung out to the side of him, and suffered from an infection in his bones which would have caused him constant pain.

    Right: these gold ear or hair decorations were found in the grave. More were found in the younger man's grave - nestled inside his jaw bone. © Wessex Archaeology
    Other tests on the enamel found on the Archer’s teeth could not reveal how long he had lived in Britain, only that he must have lived in the Alps region while a child.

    Other tests were carried out by the British Museum, the National Museums of Wales and Scotland, the British Geological Survey, the National Trust Museum at Avebury and the Universities of Durham, Exeter, Oxford and Southampton.

    They showed that the Archer wore animal skins fashioned into a cloak and was buried with pottery made locally, perhaps specially for his funeral.

    The importance of the Archer and his grave are detailed in a programme 'King of Stonehenge: A Meet the Ancestors Special' on BBC2 on Wednesday February 19 at 9pm.

    Visit the Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum to see an award winning Stonehenge display. There's also Devizes Museum and the Dorset County Museum in Dorchester with good collections of prehistoric artefacts to see.

    And finally: keep up with further news of the Amesbury Archer on the website of Wessex Archaeology: www.wessexarch.co.uk/


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    Golden hair tresses sound more germanic to me, the location Austria/Switzerland/Germany is also right.

    I am not familiar with taxation of races through skull and would like to have somebody with more knowledge to do so.

    As was argued before that germanics are socio-lingual construct I want to say that I believe germanic people are primarily a racial group with differences among sub-groups in culture and language. Religiously there have been most likely connections which I thought I brought forward and showed.

    I think I used the term germanic in a fuzzy way as it is usually used for peoples originating from Scandinavia.

    I think that was my mistake, what I really meant was a group of people which are racially connected and older than germanic people (as used in the common terminology)

    My expectation was that the root race of lets say 'white' people had a religion which can be found in germanic people as well as in the beaker people, or Wessex people.

    From what I know is that the root race of white people appeared some 40.000 years ago on the shores of nowadays France, Spain and Northern Africa and then spread out mostly eastward.

    From Northern Africa to Egypt, from Europe north to scandinavia (Ice-plate permitting) and East to the Caucasus and further to China (the mummies there show celtics) further to Japan (Ainu) and further to Northern America (Kennewick man and other remains of 'white' people) They may even have settled the East Coast of America as many skelettons of white people have been found there.

    Back to Stonehenge and their builders: Obviously according to this article they had racial indicators of being 'white', blond hair, seemlingly 'white' featured skull. How far they racially differed to germanic people is not clear to me but as far as I can see the differences are not that far.

    As stated the languages obviously were different (though I don't know how people can know that and how far they were different. Could they understand each other or not?) there seem to be connections in religion anyway. The Alps are not that far away from Scandinavia (compared to China and Japan) as to constitute a complete foreign culture or race.

    So my wrong use of the term germanic (though I could argue from the location that they were germanic, but I don't want to confuse things more) led to some objections which I have to admit are correct.
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    @ Hersir

    The data we got from the archer, who approximately lived arround 4300 years ago,

    'Tests carried out several years ago on another burial known as the "Amesbury Archer" show that he was raised in a colder climate than that found in Britain.'

    'Analysis of the strontium and oxygen isotopes in his teeth showed that his most likely childhood origin was in the Alpine foothills of Germany.'

    The tests from the boy are not better classified than 'from the Med' and that only in the headline.

    From what we can gather here is that people moved around great distances to Stonehenge. The two Skeletons came obviously from the Alpine area.

    So there is no indications that the 'germanics' people predecessors did the same, it is more likely that they did the same.

    Stonehenge was a religious place and the same elements of religion can be found in the later germanic people. Therefore I still conclude that similar people than the germanic people (who appeared much later than Stonehenge was build) were involved in the making of Stonehenge.
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    Stonehenge Built by Vikings

    29 Feb 2008
    Hidden History Stonehenge

    During the Megalithic Culture gigantic circles of stones appeared. They are found on the islands and coast lands of North Western Europe. They are also found on the Canary Islands and North Africa.

    The stones were erected in the shape of concentric circles and spiral patterns.

    In Germany they are called 'Trojaburgen' or 'Walburger'. In England they were known as 'Troy, Towns.' In Sweden they were known as 'Trojeberg' or 'Trelleborg.'

    Many believe they are ancient Sun Temples. Every where these ancient sites are found sacred dances, depicting the Earths orbit around the Sun, have been preserved. This dance is told in stories and customs of the Swedes, Danes, North Germans and English.

    Perhaps the most famous of these Stone Sites is Stonehenge in Southern England. It was built in three phases. Phase one was only a circular bank and ditch. Phase two was the erection of two concentric rings of 'bluestones.'

    In phase three, Stonehenge was completely rebuilt.

    There is a great deal of Archaeological evidence that in 1500 BC, colonists from Jutland (Vikings) inhabited a large part of England. Many graves turn up Viking battle axes,as well as lancet-shaped flint daggers, pottery and amber. These all came from Jutland. Viking Bronze swords were very popular in England at this time as well.

    The rebuilding of Stonehenge was done by the colonists of Jutland about 1500BC. The bluestones were moved away and a hole marked the center of the site.A circle of 29.5 meters was measured and thirty stones were erected upright. Holes were dug so that the tops were even. Lintels were placed across the top of the stones. This formed a closed ring. The bulestones were re-erected where they remain today.

    Outside the outer circle stands the 'Heel Stone.' The Sun rises over the 'Heel Stone' on the longest day of the year, the Summer Solstice.

    May historians suppose that Stonehenge is the temple of the Hyperborians. These were people who lived far to the North, beyond the point where the North wind (Boreas) blows. These were our Viking, or Nosemen, ancestors.

    In Hyperbonia there were 'Troy Towns,' stones placed in concentric circles.

    In the Prose Edda the greatest 'Troy Town' on the Northern Gods/Goddesses is called 'Asgard.' The temple of the Hyperborians and Asgard were built as 'Troy Towns.'

    In the land of the Hyperborians is the Cimbrian Peninsula called Jutland.

    Since Stonehenge in England was most likely reconstructed by the Hyperborians (colonists from Jutland) in 1500 BC, they would have naturally have modeled it after the temple of thier homeland.

    In Nordic culture there are many designs worked on Ritual Stones or Bronze that are identical with the stone circles.

    What Plato describes as the holiest shrine of the Atlanteans, is in Walberg, surrounded by regularly drawn circles. Plato said that Walbergern or 'Troy Towns' were ancient "Sun Temples."

    Our ancestors, the Vikings, the Hyperborians, the North Sea People, the Northern European people, the Nordic-Germanic races shed light wisdom and culture through out the world. We have evidence dating as far back as 1500 BC that this is true. Why have the the North Men, been reduced by historians to drunken, debauched marauders? Why has the real story not been shouted from the roof tops?


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    Ancestors of Stonehenge builders revealed in new research


    Located in Wiltshire, England, Stonehenge is thought to be a prehistoric temple aligned with the movement of the Sun. It has become a popular destination for pagan-style celebrations and is often graced with revelers dressed in druid robes and flower garlands for key occasions.


    Western British hunter-gatherers were not the forebearers of those that built Britain’s most iconic prehistoric monument, Stonehenge, according to new research. Researchers from the University College London say the ancestors of Stonehenge’s creators, were in fact immigrants who travelled across the Mediterranean to Britain around 6,000 years ago.


    They compared DNA from Neolithic human remains found in Britain, with people alive at the same time in Europe. Details published in the Nature Ecology & Evolution journal say that Neolithic inhabitants ostensibly travelled from Anatolia (modern Turkey) to Iberia (modern Spain and Portugal), before heading north and landing in Britain in 4,000BC.


    6,000BC was a time of mass migration out of Anatolia, which saw farming introduced to Europe, with Britain reaping the benefits. One group of early farmers travelled along the river Danube into Central Europe, while another moved west across the Mediterranean.


    DNA analyzed by researchers indicates that Neolithic Britons were mainly descended from those that took the Mediterranean route. DNA of early British farmers was found to most closely resemble Neolithic people from Iberia.


    Ancestors of Stonehenge builders revealed in new research



    "He who controls the present, controls the past. He who controls the past, controls the future." George Orwell.


    All common knowledge and making Stonehenge a ‘muslim’ creation, before islam even existed, is part of the ‘rewriting history agenda’. MSM now use muzzies more and more in place of whites. Helps sell the ‘mass invasion of Europe’ by africoons and muzzies.


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    That cockney accent does not lend much authority to anything he says.

    "Wanna buy a watch, there guv'ner? Five pound ten. Genuine Rolex... on my mum's grave it is!"
    Most people think as they are trained to think, and most people make a majority.

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    Our people built those things everywhere we went. We were once in Turkey before we moved to Europe so of course
    we find henges in places like Turkey.

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